How would I calculate theoretical yield of a reaction involving using .8mL of sulfuric acid as a catalyst and 2mL of water in an acid-catalyzed...
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How would I calculate theoretical yield of a reaction involving using .8mL of sulfuric acid as a catalyst and 2mL

of water in an acid-catalyzed hydration reaction of the alkene 1-hexene. 3mL of Ether was also used to dilute the organic layer but was theoretically mostly all evaporated out with a stream of nitrogen. I need to know how much 2-hexanol and 1-hexanol major and minor products would theoretically be produced

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OH
H-SO
H-O
Chemical Formula: CH10
Chemical Formula: C H120
Molecular Weight: 82.14
Molecular Weight: 100.16
Since the reactant is unsubstituted, there is going to be only oneproduct formation but...

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